The history of contemporary Italian photography through the eyes of women. A way of life and work that has given shape to works of great artistic and human.
It is an innovative exhibition that presented the exhibition “Speaking with you” in The Walled. Projects Contemporary Art the day September 8 at 18:00.30 monitor will transmit interviews recorded in the trials or in the homes of photographers: Interviews that explore space and working life of the authors. The “Talking to you”, that It differs from the usual exhibitions of photography, You want to put as witness involving the public through intimate conversations, crossing paths and issues related to contemporary photography and increasingly emphasizing its experiential value. On the one hand this work generates important testimony on the work of some Italian photographers, on the other, creates a unique occasion to understand more fully the meaning that photography has had for each of them. Interviews filigree pose a number of questions of cultural and philosophical putting gender issues without falling into cliché.
The initiative, inspired by the novel by Joan Chiti and Lucia Covi, is promoted by the Italian Professional Photographers Association and CNA Professions in collaboration with Super Studio Group and Metamorphosis Publishing.
The photographers involved are: Paola Agosti, Silvia Amodio, Martina Bacigalupo, Maria Vittoria Backhaus, isabella Whale, Marirosa Toscani Ballo, Giovanna Borgese, Francesca Brambilla and Serena Serrani, Monika Bulaj, Camporesi, Marianna Hats, Lisetta Carmi, Carla Cerati, Isabella Colonel, Patrizia della Porta, Paola Di Bello, Cristina Ghergo, Bruna Ginammi, Silvia Lelli, Antonella Monzoni, Francesca Moscheni, Giulia Niccolai, Cristina Omenetto, Donata Pizzi, Susanna Pozzoli, LEONILDA Prato, Giada Ripa, Paola Salvioni, Lori Sammartino, Daniela Tartaglia.
The initiative is financed from Summer Fiorentina.
Vernissage September 8 at 18.00 Piazza delle Murate, FirenzeLa exhibition runs from 9 September to 3 October, from Tuesday to Saturday at 14.00-20.00.Ingresso free